Wembley to host 2020-21 Buildbase FA Trophy and FA Vase Finals on Saturday 22 May

Thursday 20 May 2021
Both Finals will take place at Wembley in front of a limited number of spectators

Wembley Stadium connected by EE is ready to host yet more dramatic scenes as it prepares for the 2020-21 Non-League Finals Day on Saturday 22 May. 

Both fixtures arrive in quick succession of the 2019-20 Finals after they were delayed until 3 May due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The 2019-20 FA Vase Final was won spectacularly as Hebburn Town produced a 3-2 victory over Consett while the FA Trophy Final was ultimately decided by Josh Falkingham's winner as Harrogate Town beat Concord Rangers 1-0

This time around it'll be a completely new set of finalists taking to the Wembley pitch as Binfield and Warrington Rylands contest the 2020-21 FA Vase Final at 12.15pm followed by Hereford and Hornchurch in the FA Trophy Final at 4.15pm. 

A limited number of spectators will be permitted to attend the fixtures, in line with the UK Government’s ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown and both games will be broadcast live on BT Sport. 

We'd like to once again thank the clubs and supporters in these competitions for their understanding throughout this challenging time.

The Buildbase FA Vase Final
Binfield v Warrington Rylands 
12.15pm, Saturday 22 May 2021
Live on BT Sport 1

The Buildbase FA Trophy Final
Hereford v Hornchurch. 
4.15pm, Saturday 22 May 2021
Live on BT Sport 1

By FA Staff